Milwaukee announced its new M18 FUEL™ 2 Gallon Compact Quiet Compressor is designed specifically for the professional carpenter and remodeler. The quiet air compressor is only 68dB(A), making it the quietest cordless compressor on the market and quieter than most corded options.
The 2-gallon Milwaukee air compressor performs extremely well while reducing jobsite noise. Furthermore, its low and stackable design enables the portable air compressor to be easily stored and transported on, around, and back off the jobsite.
The new Milwaukee M18 FUEL™ 2 Gallon Compact Quiet Compressor produces the run-time professionals need to remain productive, giving up to 1,600 18ga brad nails per charge. It is compatible with all MILWAUKEE® M18™ REDLITHIUM™ batteries, making it easy to swap packs and keep running to finish a job.
When running, the Milwaukee M18 FUEL™ 2 Gallon Compact Quiet Compressor operates at 68dB(A), keeping noise to a minimum. The low noise enables the compressor to be used as close to a task as necessary and reduces the need for extra hoses and yelling to communicate.
The new Milwaukee compressor is lighter than the standard corded “quiet compressor” and comprises an ergonomic handle. Therefore, it can be carried vertically, making it is easier to move around the jobsite. The compact design also enables for easy storage and transportation.
Up to 1,600 Nails Per Charge
The compressor is powered by M18™ REDLITHIUM™ batteries that work on more than 200 tools and can shoot up to 1,600 brad nails per charge.
- The quietest cordless compressor available at only 68dB(A)
- Compact for easy carrying and less fatigue while transporting
- Part of the M18™ System, featuring more than 200 solutions
According to one user, the Milwaukee M18 FUEL™ 2 Gallon Compact Quiet Compressor is “easy to use, very light in weight, silent and very mobile. Strongly recommend for all jobs.”
To learn more or to buy the Milwaukee M18 FUEL™ 2 Gallon Compact Quiet Compressor, or other Milwaukee products, contact a local UTF showroom in Houston at 713-692-2323; in San Antonio at 210-495-8665; or College Station at 979-731-8665.